Get Your Company Involved
Join us in making a greater impact in the autism community by becoming a corporate sponsor. We are excited to partner with your company to find unique ways to achieve your philanthropic and strategic goals while also supporting critical programs and services for people with autism and their families. Through existing events and customized activations, together, we can make a difference and create a world where autistic people are included and valued.
Become an Event Sponsor
Partner with us to become a sponsor for our various mission-centric events and initiatives held throughout the year. With opportunities for creative involvement, our events are not only fun and engaging but also raise critical funds that help the autism community. Click the link below to contact us to learn more about how to be part of one or more of our event.
Our Sponsored Events and Initiatives
- Flutie 5K for Autism
- Dougie’s Team for Autism
- Livestream Opportunities
- STARS of the Spectrum 25th Anniversary Concert at Fenway Park
- Flutie Foundation Holiday Spectacular Livestream Broadcast
Infuse Inclusion in Your Corporate Events
Our STARS of the Spectrum autism self-advocate ambassadors are available to speak or perform at your company’s event. Whether it’s presenting to your ERG, or performing at a company-wide conference, our STARS of the Spectrum is customizable to your event goals and can be tailored to your themes. Our STARS of the Spectrum come from many backgrounds and have many passions to share that align with your unique event aesthetic.
Take your event to the next level by integrating mission with our STARS of the Spectrum.
Unique Corporate Activations
We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with companies in innovative ways and explore creative ways to support people with autism and their families. Whether it’s developing a unique fundraising idea or creating an engaging event or campaign, we are open to exploring new possibilities. Contact us today to start brainstorming, and together, we can make a meaningful impact in the autism community